Soros Employee Boasts of Gay Sex Bender At Pride Event — Then Blames Government For Catching Monkeypox

Open Society Foundation public health expert bragged about having sex with multiple men at a pride event but claimed it was government's fault he got monkeypox and gonorrhea.

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A director for George Soros’ Open Society Foundation explained to British media how he engaged in sexual escapades with multiple men at a pride event, but then blamed the government after catching monkeypox and gonorrhea.

Sebastian Köhn is a Division Director, Signature Initiatives for the Hungarian globalist billionaire’s Open Society Foundation, according to his LinkedIn page.

Sebastian told The Guardian he was aware monkeypox was an “emerging issue — especially for gay men” but went ahead and had sex with multiple men at a New York City pride event anyway.

“I was aware that monkeypox was an emerging issue – especially for gay men – but I was also under the impression that the number of cases in the city was relatively small,” Köhn said. “What I didn’t understand was how absolutely dismal testing capacity was: at that point, the city only had [the] capacity to process ten tests a day.”

“I had sex with several guys over the weekend,” Köhn continued. “Then a week later, on 1 July, I started feeling very fatigued. I had a high fever with chills and muscle aches, and my lymph nodes were so swollen they were protruding two inches out of my throat.”

Rather than take responsibility for his risky behavior, Köhn instead blamed the government for failing to prevent monkeypox outbreaks.

“This whole thing just feels like a huge failure that should not have been allowed to happen, especially not two and half months into the outbreak,” he said. “If someone like me, who has worked in sexual health for a long time, had such a hard time navigating care, I can’t imagine other people doing it. I know several people who are just sitting at home in agonizing pain because they’re not getting the support that they need.”

New York City has 30% of known monkeypox cases in the US, making it the “epicenter” of the monkeypox outbreak, according to the New York Health Department.

15,848 cases of monkeypox were confirmed as of July 21, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The World Health Organization (WHO) noted last week that “close and prolonged intimate contact between men, including sexual activity, continues to play a significant role in transmitting monkeypox,” but insisted that pride events are not playing a role in its spread.

It would appear that given the case of Köhn, the WHO’s hypothesis should be revisited.


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